The biggest of these will relate to its rear camera and S-Pen.
It shows off the new S Pen that Samsung will ship with the device. However, what's interesting is that if you take a look at the image below, the S-Pen in it is not significantly different aesthetically than what's found on the Galaxy Note 8. The report cites that due to slow Galaxy S9 sales, Samsung is supposedly planning to start sales for its new flagship on August 24 instead of August 31. This will enable the stylus to perform a variety of functions including but not limited to controlling music playback. According to Korean media, the launch will follow very closely and nearly a month earlier than it did with the Galaxy Note 8 past year. The device is also expected to feature dual rear cameras and 4,000mAh battery. Separately, it has been alleged that Samsung itself revealed the Galaxy Note 9 price at its recent pre-briefing. Interestingly, the original Galaxy Note 9 invite that Samsung had sent to the media last month also sported the Gold-coloured S Pen.